Kentucky Basketball: 7 Reasons the Wildcats Are so Dominant

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Kentucky Basketball: 7 Reasons the Wildcats Are so Dominant
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The 2011-12 Kentucky Wildcats are a dominant team.

"Dominant" does not mean invincible or unbeatable.

The Cats (25-1, 11-0 SEC) did lose their December showdown with Indiana in Bloomington on a buzzer-beater by Christian Watford.

Other than that, the Cats have knocked off every opponent, mostly in convincing fashion.

Yes, Syracuse actually has a better overall record (26-1), but they have not been nearly as impressive in the manner in which they have disposed of their opponents.

Here are seven reasons why the Big Blue is so dominant:

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